Most common First Ladies'

  • This list contains 58 First Ladies ( 57 individuals) including 48 official(47 wives and one niece to president) and 10 acting.
  • Offical First Lady Fances Cleveland has served 2 nonconsecutive terms 23rd & 25th.
  • There are 4 wives who died before their husbands' inauguration are also considered First Ladies by the White House and the National First Ladies' Library.
  • New York has produced the most First Ladies (13). Click "Birth-State Chart" below for more details.
  • June is the month in which most First Ladies are born. December is the least. Click "Birth-Month Chart" below for more details.
  • To view 46 presidents and 48 official First Ladies side by side, please click record_voice_overfacePresidents|Wives.
Start-Age Age Birth-State Birth-Month Amazon Best sellers - First Ladies Biographies

  (45th Pres. Donald Trump)
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look alike images Signature: Melania Trump's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to be a former lingerie model, speak 5 lanuages. 1st first lady whose native language isn't English.




  (42nd Pres. Bill Clinton)
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look alike images Signature: Hillary Clinton's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to host a webcast from the White House. 1st First Lady elected to a public office. 1st First Lady to be a 'de facto' federal official. 1st First Lady to have an office in West











  (32nd Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt)
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look alike images Signature: Eleanor Roosevelt's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to host a weekly radio show. 1st First Lady to hold a press conference in the White House to women reporters only.







  (28th Pres. Woodrow Wilson)
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look alike images Signature: Ellen Axson Wilson's signature
Firsts: died during her husband?s presidency. Their daughter, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, served as hostess until her father married Edith.


  (27th Pres. William Howard Taft)
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look alike images Signature: Helen Taft's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to ride with the President during the Inauguration parade. 1st First Lady to write a commercially published book: ?Recollections of Full Years.? 1st First Lady to own and drive




  (22nd & 24th Pres. Grover Cleveland)
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look alike images Signature: Frances Cleveland's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to be married in the White House. 1st First Lady to have a baby in the White House. 1st President?s widow to remarry.



  (23rd Pres. Benjamin Harrison)
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look alike images Signature: Caroline Harrison's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to have a Christmas tree in the White House. 1st First Lady to deliver a speech she had written herself.


  (22nd & 24th Pres. Grover Cleveland)
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look alike images Signature: Frances Cleveland's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to be married in the White House. 1st First Lady to have a baby in the White House. 1st President?s widow to remarry.






  (19th Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes)
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look alike images Signature: Lucy Hayes's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to graduate from college. 1st First Lady to the host a White House Easter Egg Roll.







  (13th Pres. Millard Fillmore)
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look alike images Signature: Abigail Fillmore's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to have a job as a school teacher. Established the 1st library in the White House.




  (10th Pres. John Tyler)
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look alike images Signature: Julia Tyler's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to be photographed. 1st woman to marry a sitting President.


  (10th Pres. John Tyler)
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look alike images Signature: Priscilla Cooper Tyler's signature
Firsts: acting 1st lady; daughter-in-law of the President



  (9th Pres. William Henry Harrison)
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look alike images Signature: Jane Irwin Harrison's signature
Firsts: briefly acted as 1st lady since the offical 1st lady was ill; daughter-in-law of the President


  (9th Pres. William Henry Harrison)
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look alike images Signature: Anna Harrison's signature
Firsts: 1st woman to be both wife of a president and grandmother of a president (Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President). She was 1st Lady during her husband's 1-month term, holding the title for the shortest length of time. She was the first First Lady to be widowed while holding the title.


  (8th Pres. Martin Van Buren)
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look alike images Signature: Sarah Angelica Van Buren's signature
Firsts: acting 1st lady; daughter-in-law of the President



  (7th Pres. Andrew Jackson)
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look alike images Signature: Sarah Yorke Jackson's signature
Firsts: acting 1st lady; daughter-in-law of the President






  (4th Pres. James Madison)
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look alike images Signature: Dolley Madison's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to be featured on a silver dollar. During her eulogy, President Zachary Taylor was the first to refer to her as ?First Lady?.



  (3rd Pres. Thomas Jefferson)
* Died 18 years 5 months 27 days before her husband's inauguration
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look alike images Signature: Martha Skelton Jefferson's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady died before her husband's inaugration


  (2nd Pres. John Adams)
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look alike images Signature: Abigail Adams's signature
Firsts: 1st First Lady to live in the White House. 1st woman to be both wife of a president and mother of a president (John Quincy Adams 6th President)




 
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